At Old World Wisconsin in Eagle, Wisconsin, experience firsthand the rural past of America’s heartland in an engaging, authentic, and fun tour! Named as one of America’s Top Living History Sites by Group Tour Magazine, Old World Wisconsin offers a day in the life of the Danish, Finnish, and Norwegian immigrants who settled in the state. Each area at Old World Wisconsin showcases different stories from Wisconsin’s immigrant past and are reached by a tram running continuously throughout the grounds. You will find more than 60 restored homes, farms, stores, and workshops that you are free to explore. Costumed interpreters relive and share the day-to-day activities of Wisconsin’s early settlers. On any given day you may see demonstrations of cooking over a wood fire, spinning wool, a team of oxen being driven in the fields, or a blacksmith plying his trade. In the Museum store, you will be able to shop for favorites like lavender soap and yarn from Old World’s sheep, along with handmade textiles, leather goods, gifts, jewelry, and inspirations for your home. On our way to Eagle, we will stop in Lake Geneva for lunch at the Tuscan Restaurant.
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